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3 Exciting Ways To Fire Up A New Life Season

No matter what your age or life season, there may come a time when you feel a little stagnant. These times can be unpleasant and ...

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3 Fulfilling Career Shifts For The Midlife Woman

If you've come to a point in your career where you feel restless and unfulfilled, it may be time to make some changes. Trust me, you are not alone. This may even be a little scary for you, especially if you're well into your middle years. However, you don't want to end up regretting your life. Instead, how about seeing what career shifts could make you happy and fit more closely with your dreams. There are so many opportunities out there for women who aren't afraid to work hard and even continue their education later in life. Here are 3 fulfilling career shifts for the midlife woman.

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3 Fantastic Careers For Someone With Creative Talent

If you are looking for a job, where you can design your own kick ass path, you probably have a creative personality type. Creative types find that creating comes easily, and they usually can't see living life without shaping and molding the world in some way.You might be wondering what type of career would fit your superpowers as a creative and satisfy your innovative vibe. You need a job that allows you to stretch those creative muscles and design something completely original. And, when you find that fitting job or career, there is no holding you back! Do you want to be the next woman to leave your creative mark on society? Here are some career choices to consider.

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Introducing The Amazing Karen Tyrrell

When most people think of bullying, the first thing that usually comes to mind is bullying in the school – as in students picking on other students. But, sadly, bullying happens everywhere, and no-one is immune. thor Karen Tyrrell is the perfect example of this. Her first book Me & Her: a Memoir of Madness is based on her own experience as a teacher who suffered at the hands of some parents in her school at the time. Born in Sydney of poorly educated parents, Karen decided at the age of eight that she wanted to be a teacher, and she achieved this prior to becoming an author. She mentions that writing and speaking about mental health for both adults and kids became her driving force.

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Meet Australian Author – Melissa Wray

A silly admission on my part, being an author, writer, columnist etc., etc., but I am going to make it anyway – the other day it sort of dawned on me that the entertainment industry is not limited to actors/singers/songwriters/models etc but it also encompasses a much wider range of talented artists, including writers – and – so many more.

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The Empty Page

Today I drove down to Carter Dock. It is a lovely area that is like a lagoon. Half of the parking lot was covered in water. I parked and got my lawn chair out and strategically placed it at the water's edge. Then I sat down, planting my feet in ankle deep water on this warm and sunny, delightful day. As the water played with my ankles, I opened my book to a new page.

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Write On Beautiful Women!

Kathleen began to notice a disturbing trend. All the books she was reading featured male heroes. As she began to study childhood classics by Dr. Seuss, she noticed the only female characters were negative ones – lazy mothers, gossipy women, or colorless sisters who had no dialog.

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Soaring Feminine Spirit

Sorry about the lateness of my post...it's already Monday in some parts of the world. Anyway, I'd like to share a piece of prose that was an exercise from our exclusive email community. That's why you didn't see it on Women's Creative Life Link. So, if you haven't already signed up for our weekly newsletter, please do today so you don't miss the next issue. The form is in the right sidebar and says "Want To Bring Out Your Creative Mojo?" The exercise was to creatively express your femininity. And because writing is my main form of self-expression, I chose to share the following...

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In Your Dreams…

Have you ever noticed how the most significant events happen when you are not pining or asking for them? This truly incredible phenomenon is what I am grateful for this week.

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Birthing Books, Babies, and Bootin’ One Out

I love the feeling of starting new projects. That's likely the reason why I do it so often...even if I shouldn't. My latest endeavor is a new non-fiction book entitled, Your Best Journey: For Women. It is the first of a series that I plan on doing over the next year.

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My Article at Moms to Work

Please check out my article at Moms to Work. The topic is writing a great cover letter. While you're there, please read some of her other tips for working moms and those who want to re-enter the job market after being home with babies. This transition can be difficult to say the least. We need all the help we can get. Be well-be beautiful.

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My Guest Post @ SonyaFeher.com

Hey, Ladies, check out my guest post over at SonyaFeher.com. The title is Writing With Children - a funny account of my daily writing attempts with a toddler and three teens. I am honored that she has also been inspired by my post to start a regular guest post column entitled Writing With Children.

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